Letter to A Christian NationBook - 2006
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Harris uses a combination of reason, statistics, and quotes from the Bible to build a case for the Inadequacy of popular Christianity to provide moral direction. While not arguing that Jesus and the Bible contain excellent teachings, he compares the Christian view of reality to other religious views and to a non-religious view and finds the Christian view lacking. Along side his main argument he also defends Evolution as fact and raises issues of moral concern such as slavery and stem cell research. Well written, concise, and convincing, the book also contains some glaring faults, mainly the author’s tendency to see the world as divisible in to black and white, right or wrong categories. A good primer for discussion, the book serves primarily as a source of important questions. Sam Harris offers few satisfying answers.
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